Even before Sebring International Raceway became home to one of the world’s most prestigious sports car races and was dubbed the “Birthplace of American Endurance Racing,” a moniker earned by hosting the first sports car endurance race in the United States on December 31, 1950, the facility played a vital role in world history. Hendricks Field, which later became Sebring International Raceway, was built in 1941 on land owned by the City of Sebring and leased to the United States government for $1 per year. The Army Corps of Engineers managed the construction of a self-sustaining city with paved streets, water and sewage systems, frame buildings, barracks, and four concrete runways, each 300-feet wide by 5,000-feet long.

In early 1942, the base became an Army Air Forces Training Command for the 76th Flying Training Wing. In peak operation about 120 B-17 bombers were assigned to the base and more than 10,000 pilots and other crew members were trained at Hendricks Field.

Shortly after the war, the base closed, and the City of Sebring was awarded a permit to operate the former military facility as a civilian installation. Eventually, the runways became a playground for sports cars and the best drivers from around the world, and the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring was born.

Among the buildings left behind was a single-story barrack in the middle of what is now the ‘Midway’ at the Raceway. That building, which is believed to have housed officers and their families stationed on the base, is the last remaining building built in 1942 on the roughly 400-acre facility. in 2024, Sebring International Raceway embarked on the journey of restoring this remaining piece of history, bringing to life the 'Sebring Officers Club.'

Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring:
During the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, the Sebring Officers Club is open to a limited number of fans, offering admission to the Club for three days (Thursday-Saturday), adjacent parking, indoor and outdoor seating, private elevated trackside viewing and complimentary soft drinks, water and beer. A cash bar also will be located inside the Officers Club. Sebring Officers Club is open Thursday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. until one hour after daily on-track activity.

Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring - Sebring Officers Club Admission Includes:
Access to Sebring Officers Club Thursday through Saturday
Four-Day Grounds Access, Wednesday Through Saturday 
Private, Elevated Trackside Viewing 
Indoor And Outdoor Seating Options
Closed Circuit Televisions 
Private Restrooms
Soft Drinks, Water, Yuengling, Yuengling Flights, Coors Light and Miller Light
Access To Full, Cash Bar
Coffee Service
One Midway Parking Pass Included Per Order

2025 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Pricing:
$595 for all guests

All guests, regardless of age, require a Sebring Officers Club ticket to enter.

Unless otherwise specified when purchasing your tickets, Sebring Officers Club parking passes will be mailed to the address listed on your account. When arriving for the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, please bring with you your parking pass and have your tickets ready to scan.


Year Round Rental Opportunity:
The Sebring Officers Club offers an ideal blend of indoor and outdoor seating, perfect for hosting your next event. Inside, you'll find a stunning full-length bar, private restrooms, and a variety of high and low-top tables to suit any occasion. The outdoor area is equally inviting, featuring a mobile bar, a handcrafted metal and cedar pergola that provides shade for a cozy conversation seating area, and a mix of high and low-top tables. This versatile venue is perfect for intimate weddings, birthday or anniversary parties, corporate gatherings, and more. Full catering and beverage service options can be tailored to your specific needs. To elevate your event, consider adding one of our special elements, such as on-site grilling, live entertainment, cigar rolling, or beverage flights.

Rental rates start at $750.00 + tax.

For more information regarding Sebring Officers Club rentals please contact: Megan Petteway